Jason P. Dinh

Climate Editor he/him

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Jason is the climate editor at Atmos. He tells stories about the creatures—humans included—that call Earth home. His work has appeared in Discover, Science Friday, the New York Times, the Atlantic, New Scientist, and elsewhere. Jason hopes his words pique curiosity about the natural world and spur a desire to protect it.

In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?

Nature’s mind-boggling diversity is the through line in my writing. My hope is to pass that on to my readers.

What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?

It means understanding that all our lives are interwoven and connected. For each of us to thrive, we have to listen, uplift, and value the rest of the nodes in our network.

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